Sylvia Fraser was born in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1935. Upon graduation from the University of Western Ontario in 1957, she embarked on a career in journalism, winning two Women’s Press Club Awards and, in 1969, the University of Western Ontario President’s Medal for journalism.
With the publication of Pandora in 1972, Fraser began her career as a fiction writer. Her novels, some set in contemporary times, others set in historical eras, study the remarkable ability of human beings to inflict harm on one another and their equally remarkable but rarer ability to heal and even to save one another.
In My Father’s House: A Memoir of Incest and of Healing, Fraser explores and explains the pain of her own childhood.
Sylvia Fraser resides in Toronto, Ontario.
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